A front door recycled from a Fitzroy pub is a telling indication that this home in the tranquil surrounds of Warranwood is going to be unique.
Soaring cathedral ceilings make the interior of 39 Landau Drive feel giddier than a Christmas morning mimosa, with natural light capturing the architectural features that make this glorious four-bedroom home so appealing.
Listed with a price guide of $950,000 to $1.045 million, the home is looking to uncork interest with its character and quirks.
Slate floor tiles, timber highlights and white walls provide dynamic and eye-catching colour contrasts, ensuring the space will age like a fine wine.
The home’s driveway rises up to a triple garage with an elevated roof, workshop space and internal access into a large lobby space that immediately showcases the visual flair of the house.
Two generous family zones are divided by a central open wood fireplace, with the huge ceilings providing treetop views.
But the open kitchen and dining space is the star of the show, with oversized bay windows and tasteful timber beams and crossbeams opening the space invitingly.
The deluxe kitchen has stone benchtops and high-end appliances, making cooking as smooth as opening a cold one.
A sunken main bedroom with curved windows also contains a walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom, with three other bedrooms served by built-in wardrobes.
Upstairs, a study or rumpus room overlooks the main living quarters.
The fully tiled main bathroom features a frameless double shower, stand-alone stone bath and basin and chic black matt tapware.
Conveniently located nearby to schools, shops, parks and public transport, this home also features gas ducted heating and drought-tolerant gardens visited by birdlife.
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